Jaimie Alexander Over The Years

Growing up in a family with four brothers, it makes sense that Jaimie Alexander is cast to play badass characters throughout her film and TV career. From Sif in the superhero film Thor, or its three sequels, to her character as Jane Doe in NBC’s Blindspot, she is no stranger to the action hero status. However, Jaimie also has a softer side, which is obvious with her many red carpet appearances. Check out her style evolution over the years…

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Jaimie arrives at "The Iceman" Red Carpet, Arclight Theater, Hollywood, California on April 22, 2013. 

Pieced out waves add interest to this chin length bob.

Get The Look: Activate natural texture by missing with a texturizing spray and rough drying hair with just your fingers. Blow-dry the side fringe smooth using a round brush. Work a small amount of styling paste through the rest of your hair, pinching and twisting sections to add pieciness.


Jaimie AlexanderJaimie Alexander at The Hollywood Reporters Next Generation Reception presented by A&E at Sunset Beach on November 7, 2006 in West Hollywood, California.

Jaimie goes sleek with smoothed out longer layers.

Get The Look: Add smoothing serum and blow dry hair with a round brush, using slight tension to help smooth out any natural texture. Once dry, run a flat iron over small sections to set a sleek finish.  Roll the ends out slightly and then piece through with a dab of styling paste or clay.


Jaimie AlexanderJaimie arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of Thor at the El Capitan Theatre on May 2, 2011 in Hollywood, California.

Pinned back for a half-up ‘do, this lengthy hairstyle is ideal for women with curls or waves.

Get The Look: Start with already curled hair and tease at the root on top. Smooth back over the teased section and add hair from both sides as you pull hair back and pin into place. Be sure and seal the deal with a quick spritz of finishing spray.


Jaimie AlexanderAt the Premiere of HBO's 'The Brink' at the Paramount Theater at Paramount Studios on June 8, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Jaime rocks it in red with a swoopy fringe and deep but loose side part through her chin length hairstyle.

Get The Look: Depending on hair type, add either smooth serum (for textured hair), styling lotion for normal hair or a volumizing styling product for fine or thin hair and blow dry with a round boar bristle brush. Once dry, coax a deep side part, push hair to one side, tuck the other side behind your ear and piece through the ends with styling paste.


Jaimie AlexanderJaimie at the Marvel's Thor: The Dark World Premiere at the El Capitan Theatre on November 4, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.

Proof that short hair can be dressed up; Jaimie Alexander flaunts a modified French roll.

 Get The Look: Add styling lotion and blow dry sections with a round brush. Tease hair at the root at the crown and smooth back over the surface. Allow section to buckle slightly, which creates a “pouf” on top, and pin it into place. Smooth back the sides and pin it in back. Repeat on the other side and mist with finishing spray for all day (or night) hold.


Jaimie AlexanderFor the world premiere of "Avengers: Age of Ultron" at the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, California.

Smooth in front and tousled in back, this short coif starts off with a diagonal part.

Get The Look: Add texture spray and roughdry the back of your hair with just your fingers.  Apply styling lotion in the front and blow dry with a round brush. Create a diagonal part and the work through the back of your head with styling paste to help accentuate the texture. Mist with finishing spray as needed.


Jaimie AlexanderJaimie Alexander at the NBCUniversal 2015 TCA Summer Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 12, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.

This slightly wavy bob is great for gals with natural texture, especially soft wave or loose curls.

Get The Look: Simply add curl enhancing lotion or texture spray and allow hair to air dry. Run a small amount of styling cream through to finger style hair into place and then piece the ends by pinching and twisting with a dab of styling wax.